4 Places to Swim in Madison this Summer

This article was researched and written by All Things Madison Teen Contributor Isabella Caballero, a rising junior at Bob Jones High School. Caballero is on staff with the Bob Jones Literary Magazine, The Eclectic, as well as the Bob Jones online newspaper, Patriot Pages. She is also a part of both Latin and Biology clubs at Bob Jones and scored in the top 10% of the nation on the USABO exam this spring. 

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, this summer has been and will be looking very different compared to years past. Most summer activities have been canceled or postponed, with the remainder only allowed to proceed under strict guidelines.

While this is a bummer for Madison’s children and teens, many businesses and organizations are doing their best to open up activities under these circumstances.

After the news that Point Mallard Water Park will not be opening for the 2020 summer season, many children and teens are left wondering where they will be able to cool down this summer and swim in Madison. Here is the shortlist of open swimming spots in Madison.

Places to swim in Madison, Alabama: Here is the shortlist of open swimming spots in Madison. From lap pools to public swimming holes, there are four good...

4 Places to Swim in Madison, Alabama 

  1. Dublin Indoor Pool: The Dublin Memorial Park heated indoor pool is open to guests seven days a week. To use the pool, there is a fee that can be found along with hours of operation on The Dublin Memorial Park webpage.
  2. Dublin Outdoor Pool: Dublin Memorial Park also features an outdoor pool, which is also available to the public seven days a week. Pricing and hours of operation can be found here.
  3. Hogan Family YMCA: The Hogan Family YMCA has opened up the pool to Lap Swimming only. Members of the YMCA will be required to reserve a workout time. More information can be found here.
  4. Indian Creek Greenway: Near the entrance of the Indian Creek Greenway walking trail at Creekwood Park in Madison, there is a swimming hole in Indian Creek, which includes a rope swing. The popular swimming spot for teens is open seven days a week from 6 AM to 7 PM.

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